Analyzing IO at the Cell level with cellcli… a new and improved script

Recently I had the pleasure of corresponding with Hans-Peter Sloot.  After looking at my simple tool in this post to gather cell IO data from cellcli, he took it a several steps further and created a nice python version that goes to the next level to pull IO statistics from the cells.

current_rw_rq.py

This script provides breaks down the IO by “Small” and “Large” as is commonly done by the Enterprise manager.  It also provides a summary by cell.  Here is a sample output from this script.

Hans-Peter also added two other scripts to drill in to historical data stored in cellcli.    Thanks for sharing your tools and further expanding my toolbox!

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1 Response to “Analyzing IO at the Cell level with cellcli… a new and improved script”


  1. 1 Hans-Peter January 22, 2014 at 2:12 am

    Hi Glenn
    Actually there are 2 scripts :
    current_rq_rq.py which gives the current statistics and the hist_rq_rq.py
    The former shows statistics from all cells listed in cell_group.
    The latter shows the history for the timeframe specified for a specified cell.

    Thanks for making the scripts available!

    Regards Hans-Peter


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